Clintons still suppressing movie that puts them in bad light
Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations may be threatened by a possible indictment over her email server, the loss of American lives in Benghazi and other scandals. But the Clintons still wield enough power to suppress a movie that reflects poorly on her husband’s administration 10 years after the only time it was allowed to be seen.
“The Path to 9/11” was written by Cyrus Nowrasteh, who confirmed to WND this week that the Clintons ordered the five-hour documdrama to be quashed after it drew a stunning 28 million viewers when it was aired by ABC amid controversy.
Nowrasteh’s newest film, “The Young Messiah,” earned $3.4 million and a CinemaScore grade of “A-” in its opening last weekend.
“The Path to 9/11” dramatizes the events leading to the 9/11 terror attacks, beginning with the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. It derived many of its scenes from the 9/11 Commission Report.
However, it was “never seen again,” Nowrasteh said.
“Never been released due directly to the efforts of some who didn’t like what it said. It was a political hot potato. Unfortunately, Disney and (CEO) Bob Iger caved to the pressure,” he told WND.
The pressure, Nowrasteh said, was “coming from Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, their supporters.”
The movie, however, showed the “failures of two administrations, the Clinton and Bush administrations.”
He described the censorship as exemplary of the Clintons’ “pattern” of suppressing “all opposition.”